Situated on the banks of the majestic Slaney River is the second largest town in the County of Wexford.  Enniscorthy, also enjoys the enviable position of being within close proximity of the picturesque Blackstairs Mountains. There are many beautiful river walks and arduous mountain trails to occupy the most seasoned of travellers.  There are several other adventurous trails for hikers and ramblers alike at Ringwood Forest, Vinegar Hill, Oulart Hill and Borodale Forest.

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This is certainly a great town for the outdoor lovers and activity seekers, mountain biking, kayaking, and hiking being just three activities on offer in or near Enniscorthy. With a great rugby club, more than three sports grounds, a superb golf course, freshwater fishing and a wonderful leisure centre with a great swimming pool and recreation centre. If you prefer more cultural activities, then the prestigious Presentation Arts Centre can be found on the site of the old convent. With such a wealth of activities to enjoy, Enniscorthy is a fantastic place to live or visit.